Destiny of Sunday looking may hinge on which means of single phrase 

The way forward for the Sunday looking ban may hinge on the interpretation of a single phrase.

Attorneys argued Wednesday morning earlier than the Maine Supreme Judicial Courtroom whether or not Maine’s 140-year-old Sunday looking ban is now unconstitutional based mostly on the 2021 right-to-food modification.

The arguments have been the primary public debate over the destiny of Sunday looking, and have been targeted completely on its authorized standing in mild of Maine passing the nation’s first right-to-food modification. A lot of the argument from each side got here all the way down to the interpretation of the phrase “harvest” because it seems within the new modification.